Looks that hadn't been invented - or weren't possible - 25 years ago are now part of today's beauty lexicon
When Yves Saint Laurent said, "Fashions fade; style is eternal," he might not have been talking about beachy waves, but the sentiment holds. Long, windswept strands, which gained steam in the '90s, are now ubiquitous, from the office to the runway. "Beachy hair should carry over from day to night, so it can't be such a mess that you can't wear it to a cocktail party," says hairstylist Ashley Javier. "Aim for a rougher, edgier version of Veronica Lake curls."
The Stained Lip
Between the lipstick-crazy '80s and the lip-gloss-loving 2000s, stained lips rocked the '90s as a sheer, pretty complement to the prevailing less-is-more natural look. Today's stains are nondrying and long-lasting, won't transfer to your teeth, and can tint lips from a barely there pink to a vampy deep plum. "You want no shine," says Nars national makeup artist Francelle, who usedRead More »from The New Classics: 5 Beauty Trends That Are Here To Stay